ICE’s Stingray cellphone spying ignites lawsuit from the ACLU

The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection, alleging the two agencies failed to turn over data on how they’re using cellphone surveillance technology.

After a December 2016 congressional report indicated that the controversial Department of Homeland Security agencies spent millions of dollars to acquire dozens of Stingray devices each, the ACLU filed Freedom of Information Act requests to determine how the agencies were using them, according to a complaint filed in the case Wednesday. Those devices, also known as IMSI catchers (for the international mobile subscriber identity number used to identify cellphone users), impersonate phone towers to determine where cellphone users are located and, sometimes, to observe....

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